November 2008
Men's Fitness;Nov2008, Vol. 24 Issue 9, p70
The article offers guidelines from professional bull rider Guilherme Marchi on how to beat the mechanical bull. Marchi advised on lowering the chin as close as possible to the chest. He also suggested on raising one arm up to keep the balance. One should go along with the bounce once he/she is on the saddle.


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